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"The Prisoner of Cell 13"

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"The Prisoner of Cell 13"


Published July 28, 2006


Here's the contention: mind is the master of all things.

Here's the bet: that a scrawny professor can escape a prison cell on Death Row in one week.

What will happen in this duel between the warden of Chisholm Prison and the Thinking Machine?


Source "The Prisoner of Cell 13" by Jacques Futrelle, 1907

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